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The Prosecutor's Role in Plea Bargaining
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Plea Bargaining and Its History
For most of the history of the common law, Anglo-American courts did not encourage guilty pleas but actively discouraged them. Plea bargaining emerged as a significant practice only after theExpand
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The Defense Attorney's Role in Plea Bargaining
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AMERICAN POLICING AT A CROSSROADS: UNSUSTAINABLE POLICIES AND THE PROCEDURAL JUSTICE ALTERNATIVE
As victimization rates have fallen, public preoccupation with policing and its crime-control impact has receded. Terrorism has become the new focal point of concern. But satisfaction with ordinaryExpand
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Racial Profiling and the Constitution
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The Trial Judge's Role in Plea Bargaining, Part I
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The Changing Plea Bargaining Debate
This Article examines plea bargaining both as a sentencing device and as a form of dispute resolution. Defenses of plea bargaining a decade or so ago usually emphasized its sentencing function,Expand
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Law without Values: The Life, Work, and Legacy of Justice Holmes
In recent decades, Oliver Wendell Holmes has been praised as "the only great American legal thinker" and "the most illustrious figure in the history of American law." But in Albert Alschuler'sExpand
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The Supreme Court and the Jury: Voir Dire, Peremptory Challenges, and the Review of Jury Verdicts
Our views of the jury are ambivalent. Defense attorneys, prosecutors, and judges typically proclaim their awe of the wisdom of the jury. They report that although jurors may not always master theExpand
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